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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - September 23, 1957, Florence, South CarolinaPage 2 deaths funerals John Plummer Darlington sept. 22 fun trial services for John b. Plum Mer 60, who died from injuries received in an Auto Accident Early saturday afternoon will be held at 4 . Monday from the Church of cod on Phillips Street the Rev. E l. Ammons and the Rev. Clar ence Lambert officiating. Bulla will be in Grove Hill cemetery. Cam Blackmon Dillon sept. 22 Cam Black Mon. Born in Dillon county died yesterday in his Home after Long illness. A son of the late John am Maggie Blackmon he is survive by his wife Jennie May Blackmon three sons Charlie o Latta Grady of and Joe Blackmon of Dillon five daughters mrs. Maggie Turner of Floydale mrs. Gladys Hyatt of Thomasville n. C., mrs. Viola Turner of Thomasville mrs. Ronnie Mae Hyatt of Latta and mrs. Dorothy Gaddy of Durham . 42 grand children and seven great grand children funeral services will be con ducted monday at 3 p. M. It. Calvary Church. Bilal in the Church cemetery. The Florence morning news s. Mrs. Clevy w. Mcgriff mrs. Cleve w. Mcgriff whose husband formerly lived in Flor died saturday at her Home in Charlotte after an illness a viral months. Or. Mcgriff completed Trig school in Florence and since thei has been associated with the american Trust co. Of Charlotte mrs. Mcgriff s funeral service will be held in Charlotte at 11 a n. Monday with burial following in Winston sales. In addition to her husband sur Stivors include one daughter Stasia her parents and grand parents. Howard Vancil Lake City sept. 22 Grav fide funeral services for Howai Vancil 35, of Lake City will b conducted at 11 a. M. Monday i the Matthews cemetery Nee Coward by the Rev. Morga lodgers. Or. Vancil died unexpected in a Florence Hospital pallbearers will be f. J. Lang ten Roger Balzegar erne Weaver r. L. Smoak Haywar Hutchinson and Robert Sullivan. Pee Dee shrine sets first meet in its new Home the pee Dee shrine club w hold its first meeting at its be quarters near the Florence a base tuesday night according Irving Eisenmann publicity Cha Man. We re inviting All members a All shrines throughout the coun to the meeting begins at plans for Forest Nan to will 11 is leaders boy scout finance leaders of Marion county map Campaign oct 8 15. The pee Dee area goal is representing less than p served by the boy scout program. Marion Mullins leaders left to night Mason Horace. Tilghman Graham Mangum d. R. and by haitians vote or and Congress port a Prince Haiti. Sept 22 voted for a new resident and Congress today in a generally peaceful election held under army Protection. Results May be known by wednesday. Provisional president Brig. Gen. Gintonio Kebreau announced one fatality. A voter attacked a Soldier n the Southern town of Jamel my was shot Down. Troops were sent to Deal with incidents at st. Jean and Arni Quet in Southwest Haiti which Kebreau described As not Seri otherwise Kebreau said he voting was orderly throughout his Small negro Republic of the Caribbean. It was officially estimated lha Niobe than one million out of 1, eligible voted under the glazing tropical Sun. For the first Ime in Haiti s 153 years of in dependence women were eligible o cast ballots. They took Adan age of the Opportunity in droves slow counting and poor communications delayed the returns the Choice for a six year term s president to replace Paul e Megloire who was ousted and sex led last december is Between three men Louis Dejolie fran Cois Duvalier and Clament Jumelle. The first two Are bitter ene Mies and Jumelle is believed Here to have Only an outside Chance Kebreau clamped censorship this morning on All outgoing Ca blocs. He lifted it after a new correspondent pleaded that n cause existed for such control. Partisans of Dejoie have threat ened violent reprisals including the burning of port a Prince i their candidate loses. Dejoie an Jumelle charged Kebreau Rigge the voting in favor of Duvalier the general denied this at news conference. Duvalier charged that Dejoi supporters were buying votes. Earlier this year two attempt were made to hold the election but violence among partisans possible motive convicted spy Hod heavy poker debts new York sept. 22 a air Force capt. George French convicted of trying to spy for the russians was heavily in debt m poker the new York Aily Mirror said tonight. The newspaper quoted French s pc his Stepmother and an uni a lifted air Force spokesman As Ying French had run up thou ads of dollars in gambling its. Bobby Reece will preside at the session. Dedication of the club building will be held later to be followed by an open House. Unemployment feared Tokyo sept. 22 nation Al Security forces labor Union fears the Large scale withdrawal of . Security forces from Japan will leave Many japanese unemployed. It has scheduled a series of walkouts by some the feuding candidates Force their postponement and overthrew five successive provisional go Erh meals Between january an june. Kebreau. Who seized Power Jun 14 As head of a three Man Mil tary Junta and restored order a his troops and police on the Alert to Dat to prevent trouble. All three 8lh Graf pcs ta43 japanese employees of . Force in Tokyo for mid october in opposition to anticipated Nelsonn cuts. Pee Dee weather facts data from the United slates weather Bureau in Florence for the j4 hour period ending at 7 p. M. Yesterday. Temperatures highest 91 year ago 87. Lowest 71 year ago 56. Mean 81 year ago 72. . 71 . 81. Rain Trace year ago none. Total this month 6.87. Deviation from Normal plus 3.55 total this year 34.64. Deviation from Normal minus 1.93 Sunrise Sunset Myrtle Beach tides High . . Low . . River stages at 8 . Missing by in. Associated Wrath or Bureau no mull ii my Liwra dins 7 . South Carolina parti Cloudy and continued warm to Day with a few isolated Thunde showers this evening in the after Loon becoming More Numero extreme Northwest portion. North Carolina parti Cloudy warm and humid i widely scattered Thunde Showe monday. High monday 80 to mountains. 85 to 90 else her tuesday partly Cloudy Mountain considerable cloudiness else he and not As warm with risk Howers Southeast half of state. Albany Albu no an Rollo aide slut at Gnu bar ills Mark n i. Or. Day m 51 station Eululio 1 11. I m Cettl him w is ii 1. To j6 6j 71 41 i. M so 61 -02 74 61 1 e 71 own Phil 7s4jj.ss 71 mural 59 m Mann sep 47 hit ii n k ?1 to 44 to. U minute it pit Burr to m port d m 72 s7 70 .31 re ctn a they considered this the Likely Olive for his Effort to give air orce secrets to the russians the error said. French was convicted by a Seet court martial and sentenced life imprisonment at Barksdale in Force base Shreveport la. Ord of the spy accusation came his family Only after the con action which was announced sat Day. He was accused of dropping ote Over a Fence at the russian embassy in Washington offering o sell the secrets for am citing a meeting place in a room t the hotel new yorker. An Fri agent intercepted tin ote. French was met at the Hole y the Fri and arrested. The newspaper quoted his wife Frothy As saying i was told he was deep i by Well into the Lar Osands o she said she wrote to him Abou but he denied it. All he told she said a ick by me i am in trouble an will need you mrs. John French the Captain pm other said French s Fathe knew he was in trouble Over ambling. The Mirror said an air fore Lokeman in the Pentagon als confirmed that French was i est. He said the Captain had co acted of Loans a con g to the Mirror and apparent and acted in desperation in Plong a rendezvous with the re an Oung Lye victim reported better new York sept. 22 my Thaler of David Ozersky int whose face Lye was thrown Sai night his son was in Good condition and that doctors Are Hope us he will retain his vision. The father Benjamin Ozersky and his wife have been under p ice Protection since receiving Hryce phone Calls threatening them Vilh the same dose if the dressed prosecution against Mauce Kessler 17, a negro. Air masses cause rain by the associated press cold and warm air Masse clashed sunday setting off Hea rainfall from the Southwest to the Mississippi Valley. At least two traffic deaths we attributed to cloudburst that h Dallas and the South Texas area an 8v4 Inch rain soaked the m Dina River Region about 50 Mil Northwest of san Antonio. Floo warnings were reported in the s Antonio Vicinity. Beeville a Texas Community Miles South of san Anlon harassed by an estimated ii inches of rain that fell within a vehicles in Low spots. Scores cars also were stalled. A band of showers also a noted from the Ohio Vall. Through the great lakes into in Northeast. Below freezing tempera Lur chilled the Rockies. A Low Rea ing of 28 was reported at we Yellowstone Park. The mercy dipped to 31 at Cheyenne Wyo on the last Day of summer. Fall begins at . . Heavy downpours buffeted t red Rivera area of Oklahoma an North Texas. The rain resum Friday s deluge who Elf dump More than eight inches in a s hour period at Boswell. Okla., a about seven flip Tex. Wit boy shoots father n Corn Field Terre haute ind., sept. 22 a a 12-year-old farm boy Lold Clicc today he killed his father having the Bullet riddled body Lyng in a Cornfield after once run ing for More ammunition to Fin so the Job. Jerry Fulk told the Story to Edgar county 111., sheriff s dept ies after he was picked up near Aris 111., 25 Miles from Here. The father Clifford w. Fulk 38, was found in a Cornfield near his iome just outside Terre haute. Police said the boy told them he shot his father because he drank too left the Mother and seven children without food beat him and refused to buy his school supplies. The Mother is expecting child. According to Jerry s statement he shot his father with a .38-Cal Iber revolver after luring Fulk into the Field on the pretext of looking at the Corn. The boy shot his father first in the Back at a distance of six to 10 feet police said. Then the youngster s statement said he turned around screaming and j shot him time in the stomach. He took off running toward the House. He ran to the Edge of the Cornfield and i shot him again three More times. He was still on his feet. I know i hit him because he screamed again. He tried to hide from Means Mook off running across the Corn Field to get More shells. When i came Back with the gun loaded he was standing up. I fired again. He fell Down and he said Why Why then i shot him in the top of the monday morning september 23, 1957 names in the news cousins emerge for series tickets Ralph Meadowcroft rotary governor rotary governor speaking today Ralph a. Meadowcroft of Char Leston governor of rotary inter National will be speaker at the local rotary club meeting today. Meadowcroft Rector of Grace episcopal Church in Charleston Las written for several magazines and Church papers. His first Book postlude to scepticism was published in 1947 and his sermons have been published in several volumes. The District governor has spoke on nationwide radio net works. For seven years conducted nationwide programs on three National networks. A native of Sheffield England Meadowcroft came to this country when he was 20 years old. He holds a Bachelor of literature de Gree from Rutgers University a Bachelor of divinity. Degree from Drew theological Seminary and a master of sacred theology from Union theological Seminary. He has been a member of the Charleston rotary club for the past two years and it a past presi Dent. From a reports there s nothing like a world series to turn up relatives even relatives you never had. One of the 10 Shl Chlkins in the Milwaukee Telephone directory received a registered air mail letter Over the weekend from a Cousin in Brooklyn. How s the family asked he Cousin. How s everything. How s about 10 strips of world series Nickels for instance the Schlehlein who received the her gave it some thought. Then e started calling the other Sholeh ins in the Book. Yup they Gat he same letter from the same sorry Cousin. British Laberite Teader Aneurin Evan said yesterday he found Nikita Khrushchev in a relaxed Lood when he talked with the Oviet communist party chief in arrival scene multiply this scene hundreds of times and you get a first of the Vear View of Coker College dormitories. Sophomore Ann Parker of Bennettsville Center has a Iob on her hands Tut plenty of extra hand s to help her. Her room settling aides Ore Sis Ter Lucile right a senior and Sophomore classmate Judy Watson of lotto. Ann s room is in newly remodeler North dormitory. Coker s oldest this 60-year-old residence Hall now gives some 50 second year girls a modern Hartsville s. A Campus Home. Coker to launch new year tonight inches at Gordons Hartsville sept. 22 Coker College will formally open its Semi Centennial year monday night. A customary convocation in the school auditorium at 8 o clock is to feature the occasion. Or. Pendleton Gaines Spartanburg banker and College sex president will be the chief speaker. Represent lives of the College and local Community Are also to Welcome a capacity student body and the school personnel. President until recently of Ford College or. Gaines is new vice president of Spartanburg s Piedmont National Bank. He will discuss the privileges and responsibilities of higher Educa Tion in his Coker address. The opening night program Vrell come to a close with a Public reception honouring new students and personnel. It is to be held in be Columb i 75 is .17 is. In Ali n a Denver 70 i b Arkmo 70 s7 w so 76 s3 re Ilia m 0 70 Al Tim 7 m Sollot 4 n 1.s7 spit Klub 77 44 Colv l n in1 1 71 girl Man 71 51 .2 74 Jerk Volle 1 7j Wilm inn 71 the weather Georgiat a Nelly Cloudy mid inner warm monday Ullh a Fitt a or try Sci Ltd of in the Alt noon b wore numerous North portion. The College drawing room follow ing the convocation. Classwork for term of Coker s 50th regular session got under Way last thursday. Preliminary orientation registration and entertainment activities Fea tured the preceding four Days. President John a. Barry jr., of Coker will preside at the opening Assembly. Greetings Are to be brought from the College Board of trustee s by mrs. Marion d. Lucas jr., of Florence an Alumna Mem Ber. Mrs. Wallace c. Kay of Colum Ibia alumnae association president will speak for this organization. The Rev. Edward g. Lilly of thai first presbyterian Church represent Hartsville churches and i mayor t. L. Maxwell the City. The prayer of invocation will be Given by the Rev. Davis m. Sanders of Carlsville s first Bap Tisl Church. The Rev. F. Carlisle Smith new pastor of the local Wesley methodist Church is to pronounce the Benediction. Miss Lyvaughn Koli Insun if Hie Coker music faculty will sing n Soprano Solo. Robert e. Fort jr., of the music faculty is to accompany her on the Organ. He will also play on Organ Pri Luile Imil pustludt1. Weather forecast Thinder showers Ore expected tomorrow Over Gulf Itati and up through Atlantic Seaboard with some Tho wort also forecast for Northern lakes aria. F a a flt fit fit i rest of nation will have fair w Pendleton Gaines convocation speaker in Crimea five Days ago. There have been reports in Western capitals that Khrushchev facing difficulties on the Home front and that his position is far rom secure. But Bevan gave no a diction of this in his report appearing in the sunday news Aper news of the world. Our Host was in a relaxed wrote very Dif Ferent from the strained and obviously fatigued condition he was in when i saw him in London last a world record Low temperature f 102.1 degrees below Zero Fah a theft was recorded tuesday at Jie South pole. Antarctic bound scientists were old of the new Mark during a briefing last week at the naval construction battalion Center at Davisville r. I. The new Mark is 1.7 degrees older than the minus 100.4 re Orde d at the South pole May 11. Japanese postman who refused iday to deliver mail to Homes n Wakayama that have unleashed ogs were joined in their Battle esterday by newspaper delivery oys and milkmen. Wakayama s Post office orders began putting posters on treet Corners Friday declaring no mail will be delivered to omes keeping unleashed the chairman of the Wakayama communications workers Union a Survey reveals that fitter the War in Wakayama prefecture alone 200 Poi Linen Bare been bitten by dogs another 400 have had lir or cloth ii torn not to mention the countless numbers of postmen mrs. Kelly Osborne of bar Ming Lam England announced last Light the formation of a women s vigilante group armed with water pistols to Ward off ardent motorists on Birmingham s dark roads. Their ammunition is a harmless it Strong smelling disinfectant. We re tired of being accosted by these motorists so now we re going to teach them a mrs. Osborne told newsmen i bought a water pistol last week and have already used i once. One Motorist stopped me free times so i whipped out the pistol and let him have it. He shot off like a startled she said of the amorous Driver. President Eisenhower will interrupt his vacation today to make two speeches in Washington and t Confer with Crown Prince Paisa of saudi Arabia. The president also arranged of a conference during his Brief Sta in the capital with ally. Gei Brownell. The Cabinet officer i report to Eisenhower on any or Gress toward integration at Centra High school in Little Rock. Scott county Iowa Young dem crafts Are in a position of havin a new president who is not resident of the country not citizen of the United slates and not eligible to vote. Norman Hancock elected to i. Office last wednesday said he resides in Molenc iii., but plan Aneurin Bevan relaxed in Crimea o move to Davenport Iowa. He said a is a native of cum Ridge England and came to the filed states in 1953 to attend Tho Aimer school of chiropractic a e said lie expects to have his Nal citizenship papers within a ear. President urge Kekkonen of Fin and yesterday expressed the Rati Lude of the fatherland to an Sibelius who died in his f Ilia near Helsinki Friday. Describing the world famous composer As Finland s greatest on Kekkonen said in a radio broadcast to the nation Sibelius music finnish to the very marrow but it became International human pro the composer will be Given a late funeral bul no Dale has Jet Een fixed. A succumbed Al 91 o a brain hem Sorhage. Shubov Edillor of the Influent Lal Magazine soviet music has Een fired for deviation and at copts to discredit of communist arty leadership in Art. This was announced today by he secretariat of the Union of evict composers. Violence claims Over weekend by the associated press violence claimed st least six ves in South Carolina during the Celend. An argument near his Home at Columbia left negro dead from a Shotgun blast olice held another negro. An Aulo wreck near Carlsville fas fatal to John b. Plummer 0, of Darlington. A swimming mishap in the Myrlo Beach surf drowned Julian Edward Cook 34, and his Sisler. Emolyn Elizabeth Cook 34, both if Sumter. Their plane crashed into a House near Greenville and killed William w. Baumann and George a. Ash Ach 33, and each from Jackson Ville Fla. Against reds much improved Washington sept. 22 a ten. Der Secretary of state Christian Teler and presidential adviser James p. Richards returned from a month Long tour of Asia today and said there is an improvement in Ibe struggle against International communism. Both Herter and Richards de scribed their Calls on eight asian nations As extremely interesting rewarding. 24 hours a Day b All kinds of weather we Are ready to respond to Aey Call Waters funeral Home won Ted guides new York. Supt. 22 Al go v errors of Oil 48 Stales have been asked to help recruit. 350 Young americans to act As official guides in the United Stales Pavilion at the Brussels world s Fuir in 1958. The Federal government will pay the Basic salaries of inc guides but other expenses for i my will be Puld by. The san los. Rulh men mid women May apply. Hill they must to Between 19 and years old Hevr no iras Iris in hrs fit College and be Able to a Phol Fojt Converse in French. Or. J. D. Young Why chiropractors advertise by or. J. D. Young chiropractors obey the Precept of Christ who said go be into All the world and preach the christianity Jesus knew was a Good thing for those Vjio. Practice Only those who knew its merits could derive any benefits. Hence he instructed his disciples to carry the message everywhere. Similarly with chiropractic it is something comparatively new. It is a great Boon to humanity. It saves Many and much suffering but it benefits Only who know its health living and Healing Quality lit. Since science of chiropractic receives Lille free publicity the feel it is their duty to preach thai gospel of chiropractic Healing everywhere to everybody. A Public Duc Atton article written by or. J. D. Youn9, whose clinic it located 415 w fal meho st. In . 2-2991. Lady attendant on duty Young chiropractic clinic 415 w. Falsitto it. Rio Kince t. A phone

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